Left Menu
Development News Edition

2 students killed, 3 injured as car collides with bus on Yamuna Expressway

PTI | Noida | Updated: 13-09-2019 20:10 IST | Created: 13-09-2019 20:10 IST
2 students killed, 3 injured as car collides with bus on Yamuna Expressway

Two college students were killed and three others injured when their speeding car collided with a state transport bus on the Yamuna Expressway in Greater Noida on Friday evening, police said. The students, including two girls and three boys, were coming to Noida from Agra when the accident occurred at around 6.30 pm, a senior officer said.

"The speeding car jumped the divider on the highway and landed on the opposite lane where it collided head-on with an oncoming bus," Superintendent of Police, Greater Noida, Ranvijay Singh told PTI. "Two students, a girl and a boy, were killed in the collision. The other three have been hospitalised where they are undergoing treatment," Singh added.

The incident took place about three km from the Zero Point, under Beta II police station area, he said. None of the bus passengers were hurt in the incident, he said.

The students in the car were studying at a private university in Noida, he added. Further details were awaited.



South Africa's COVID-19 response: Surprising outcomes or just poor data management?

South Africa has been committed to improving its health information system and shows that a robust digital has considerable scope to improve healthcare for the entire population. But the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted that significant ga...

Post-COVID-19 Nigeria needs a robust Health Management Information System to handle high disease burden

Nigeria is among a few countries that conceptualised a health management information system HMIS in the early 90s but implementation has been a challenge till date. Besides COVID-19, the country has a huge burden of communicable and non-com...

Morocco COVID-19 response: A fragile health system and the deteriorating situation

Learning from its European neighbors, Morocco imposed drastic measures from the initial stages of the COVID-19 outbreak to try to contain its spread. The strategy worked for a few months but the cases have surged after mid-June. In this sit...

COVID-19: Argentina’s health system inefficiencies exaggerate flaws of health information system

You can recover from a drop in the GDP, but you cant recover from death, was the straightforward mindset of Argentinas President Alberto Fernndez and defined the countrys response to COVID-19. The South American nation imposed a strict...


Latest News

Amazon sees broader audience for its palm recognition tech

Amazon has introduced new palm recognition technology in a pair of Seattle stores and sees a broader potential audience in stadiums, offices and elsewhere. Customers at the stores near Amazons campus in Washington can flash a palm for entry...

Nutanix report shows key challenges and opportunities with hybrid cloud adoption

Nutanix NASDAQ NTNX, a leader in enterprise cloud computing, today announced findings of a new report analysing key challenges and opportunities with hybrid cloud adoption. While most see hybrid cloud as the ideal IT model, the report show...

US Presidential Debate: Trump goes after Hunter Biden for work in Ukraine, Joe defends his son

US President Donald Trump went after former Vice President Joe Biden over his son Hunters business dealings and alleged he had earned billions from work related to China and Ukraine. During the presidential debate, Trump said China ate your...

Microsoft resolves major Monday outage after five hours

Microsoft took five hours to resolve a major outage of its workplace applications on Monday, but has not clarified what caused the outage. The company said the outage, which affected users ability to log into Office 365 applications, began ...

Give Feedback